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David H. Thornton Sr
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Real Name:  David Thornton Sr
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David H. Thornton Sr
Dialing from Access 2003
I have an Access 2003 Database and I need to be able to automatically dial phone numbers from a field I have in the form or table within the database (eg. Members work (field)) but when I press the command button the command is blank. any suggestions.
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
16 years ago

Alex.J2
Hello, I would like to thank you for sharing this interesting information. I appreciate reading it. I have never tried using these databases. Maybe I should try using when I will work on my custom dissertations review task.
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VPN
I am running Windows 2000 Advance Server and I have the routing and Remote running. I have a windows XP Pro workstation that I want to access my Server remotely but when I used the network connection VPN I do not get into the server using my admin account and password. Any suggestions
16 years ago

lowster11
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Dues
I use access 2003 and I am trying keep track of my team dues and it is a weekly dues that is being paid. I want to add a command button that I can add the payment and store it in my table with the current date and payment so I can get a current dues paid every week, Thank you
Posted to MB Topic: MS Access Interactive « Access Board
16 years ago

mprestwood
Just checking, did you complete this task?
14 years ago
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Serial Printing
I am running Windows 2000 Advance Server and I have a POS program that the vendor is saying it is a microsoft problem with printing from a serial port(COM1) I have an Epson Serial printer and I tested it VIA the printer folder and I get a test print. I then go to the command prompt and used the mode status command and it saying it does not exist but if I use the print command (eg. print /d:com1 c:\set.txt) it prints. Is there any way I can automatically print the file out or get windows to print from the software. Any suggestions
16 years ago

SANDMAN
Try use the systems "ADD PRINTER" to reinstall printer. (donot use the software that came with the printer to install the drivers ; 2000 has the drivers you will need to install drivers.)  It work for me.Smile
14 years ago
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Multi Mailboxs
Hi, I am using outlook 2003 to access Microsoft mail. I want to set up 2 pop3 email accounts but I want each account incoming mail to go into that account's inbox and right now they both are sent to the same in box. Any Suggestions
16 years ago

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Autodialer
I have a question?, I am using Access 2003 and I used the command button to make an autodialer. My question is how can I force the autodialer to dial the number in a set field instead of having to highlighting it to dial the dial, Thank you
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